The New Saints have completed the signing of defender Jordan Marshall on a two year contract. 

The left-back joins having most recently played for Dundee where he racked up 124 appearances for the club across the Scottish Premiership and Championship during a four season stay. 

Marshall brings a significant level of high level football experience having made 289 career appearances to date across his time with Dundee and Queen of the South.

The Newcastle born defender also came through the ranks at EFL League One side Carlisle United. 

With TNS unbeaten and still fighting on four fronts on their hunt for more domestic success, Marshall will be keen to hit the ground running and build on the momentum Craig Harrison’s side have made so far this term. 


TNS’ most recent recruit can also play further up on the left side of the pitch and has an eye to create chances for his teammates, registering 24 assists during his time in Scotland. 

Marshall said: “I am thrilled to have joined The New Saints, they are  a team that has a DNA of success so I’m excited to be here.

"The team is filled with plenty of quality across the pitch and the results so far this season show that. I can’t wait to get playing with all the lads and win as many trophies as possible this season.

"The club consistently plays in Europe too which was a big reason for the move, I want to test myself at the highest level and help the club continue to progress in those competitions."

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TNS head coach Craig Harrison said: "Jordan is a very good player and at this moment in time, with Billy Kirkman out on loan, we’ve currently only got one natural left-back in Chris Marriott.

"His signing will add more competition for places within the squad, as he also has the ability to play in the centre of defence and on the left of the midfield too.

"We know Jordan well, having played against us in the SPFL Trust Trophy last season and he played more than 30 games for Dundee to help them win the Scottish Championship. He’s got good calibre and will no doubt be a fantastic addition to the squad."

TNS chairman Mike Harris said: "This is another excellent signing for the club, Jordan’s experience playing in the top two tiers of Scotland shows the quality of player we are bringing to Park Hall.

"There’s no doubt someone of Jordan’s quality will help TNS continue to raise the bar in the JD Cymru Premier, as we look to attract the highest calibre of talent both to our club and the domestic game in Wales."